Art of medicine: Witnessing care and cleaning health care spaces
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Two portraits of Barry, a housekeeping utility worker at the Veterans Memorial Hospital Memory Clinic in Halifax, Nova Scotia, are part of 80- piece arts-based research collection, led by this article’s author, portrait artist Mark Gilbert. The 2-year study, Giving, Receiving, Observing & Witnessing Care (GROWing Care), explored experiences of patients living with dementia and their caregivers.
Gilbert, M. (2022, September). Art of medicine: Witnessing care and cleaning health care spaces. AMA Journal of Ethics, 24(9). http://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2022.895
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